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Is your client doing a FSBO? Not sure about NJ law but in most states some agents will handle writing the contracts for a flat fee.
Pacific Palisades, CA
I'm also in SoCal, but if your client does not use any agents by going FSBO why do you ask agents? Even if you find some information online why do you want any liability suggesting your client how it is done in another state?
Lake Bluff, IL
Great question for your local attorney or title company.
Anthony Acosta - ALLAT...
Refer out your client to a New Jersey real estate agent or to a real estate attorney if they don't want agent representation.
I see you have many years in real estate, very surprised by your question.
The buyer's attorney handles the closing in NJ.
call a local NJ agent and ask....
I'm not in NJ but I think I would recommend getting an attorney.
parked and reading
They should get an attorney involved for the contrcat as it is FSBO. The attorney will advice
Don't you need an attorney in New Jersey? I had a few referrals there and I thought that was a requirement
I would call a local agent for recommendations.
Angela Burton - I am sure you got the right answer.... (I am in MA....)
I think it is an attorney for each side